Atop Mt. Intel

David Perlmutter, who rose to become the most senior Israeli corporate executive, shares his insights on implementing radical innovation at very big companies.

By SHLOMO MAITAL
September 17, 2014 11:01
Intel’s offices in Petah Tikva

Intel’s offices in Petah Tikva: Intel Israel accounts for a fifth of the country’s high-tech exports.. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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 David Perlmutter, who rose to become the most senior Israeli corporate executive, shares his insights on implementing radical innovation at very big companies Atop Mt. Intel MARKETPLACE SHLOMO MAITAL I’VE CLIMBED two mountains, both of whose names start with “K” – Kilimanjaro, in Tanzania, almost 20,000 feet high, and Kazbek, in the Caucasus in Georgia, 16,500 feet high.

Many succeed in climbing “Kili” because you don’t actually mountain climb, you just walk up a steep trail to the top where a love - ly glacier, now rapidly disappearing due to global warming, and a stunning sunrise greet you. But climbing to the top of a great corporation is a different story.


Intel Corp. is a US-based global company that makes about 80 percent of the world’s microprocessors used in PCs and laptops.

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